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Jenny's Home dolls' house room - Jennys Home

Jennys Home

  • Object:

    Jenny's Home dolls' house room

  • Place of origin:

    Belfast (made)

  • Date:

    1960s (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Tri-ang Toys Limited (manufacturer)

  • Credit Line:

    Given by Karen Curtis

  • Museum number:

    B.361:1 to 2-2013

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

The Jennys Home modular dolls' house system was produced in the 1960s in conjunction with Homes & Gardens Magazine. Made by Tri-ang, the individual sets allowed young girls to slowly build up a collection of rooms and funiture to create almost any design of their choice. A system that could be turned from an apartment block to a bed-sit, Jennys Home was a highly flexible, modern toy that helped to inspire future home makers.

This particular set includes one large room and the original packaging.

Physical description

Plastic dolls' house room with original cardboard packaging. The room is orange and grey with turquoise, slot-in doors and windows. It comes with a clear plastic front panel and two roof panels to make play easier.

Place of Origin

Belfast (made)


1960s (made)


Tri-ang Toys Limited (manufacturer)

Marks and inscriptions

This box contains one large room for Jenny's Home: Fitted carpet, curtain material, opening doors, opening windows, lift-off roof.
Located on cardboard packagaing

Planned in association with Homes and Gardens magazine
Located on cardboard packaging


Height: 14 cm Large room, Width: 28 cm Large room, Depth: 20.3 cm Large room, Height: 15.5 cm Cardboard box, Width: 28.5 cm Cardboard box, Depth: 21.5 cm Cardboard box

Object history note

The Jennys Home modular dolls' house system was produced in the 1960s in conjunction with Homes & Gardens Magazine. This particular room belonged to Karen Curtis, who gave it to the museum along with various other Jenny's Home sets.

Descriptive line

Jennys Home modular dolls' house room and packaging, made by Tri-ang in the 1960s


Plastic; Cardboard


Dolls & Toys; Children & Childhood

Production Type

Mass produced


Museum of Childhood

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